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Best Mango Recipes To Try This Season

Best Mango Recipes To Try This Season

Jun 15, 2023

Blend it, shake it, freeze it or have it as a snack. Your favourite tropical fruit mango can be had in multiple ways. We have yummy mango recipes straight from the kitchen of Maharaj Bhawar Singh, Corporate Chef, Khandani Rajdhani.

The best part of the summer season is relishing your tropical favourite fruit—mango. If you thought the king of fruits can only be had sliced or in a shake or ice-cream, you have to read this. The super healthy fruit can be used in a salad or as a snack to add to your summer parties.

Inspired by the royal fruit, Maharaj Bhawar Singh, Corporate Chef, Khandani Rajdhani, presents delectable snack and dessert mango recipes exclusively for you. Try them now before the fruit goes out of season!

Aam Khasta Kachori


For the dough
2 cups maida (white flour)
2 tbsp oil
salt to taste

For the stuffing

½ cup moong dal, soaked for 2 hours
1 tbsp coriander, finely chopped
1 green chilli, finely chopped
1 tsp coriander powder
1 tsp fennel powder
¼ tsp red chilli powder
1 pinch asafoetida
½ tsp ginger powder
salt as per taste
¼ tsp garam masala
½ tsp cumin seeds

For the garnish

1 tbsp roasted moong dal
1 cup mango ripe (cut into cubes)
1 tbsp green chutney
1 tbsp sweet mango chutney


For the dough

1. Take the white flour in a big bowl. Add salt and oil and mix it well.
2. Now add little water and knead soft dough (same as required for making chapatti). Don’t knead the dough too much.
3. Cover the dough and keep it aside for 15-20 minutes to set. Meanwhile prepare the stuffing.

For the stuffing

1. Coarsely ground the soaked moong dal. Pre-heat pan and add 3-4 tbsp oil in it.
2. When oil is sufficiently hot, add cumin seeds and saute. Then add asafoetida, green chilli, coriander powder, fennel powder and saute the spices for a few minutes.
3. Add grounded dal, salt, garam masala, ginger powder and red chilli powder. Mix all ingredients well.
4. Stir constantly and cook the dal until it dries up and a nice aroma comes out (if the dal sticks to the bottom of the pan, then add some more oil to it). Take out the roasted dal in a bowl to cool it quickly.
5. Once the dough is set, take a little dough (equal to size of lemon) and shape it like a ball. Take one dough ball and flatten it with your fingers giving it a shape like bowl. Now fill this bowl with 1 tsp stuffing and lift from all sides for sealing the stuffing. Likewise prepare all the kachoris.

For the frying

1. Pre-heat the oil to medium-hot in a wok for frying the kachori. Now gently place the kachoris in the oil for frying.
2. Flip the side when the kachori turns puffy. Keep frying until they turn golden brown, keeping the flame medium-low, to get crunchy and crusty kachoris. Similarly fry the other kachoris too.
3. For serving, place the kachori on a plate. Garnish it with roasted moong dal, mango cube, sev, coriander chutney and sweet mango chutney. Serve

Gulkand & Aamras Malpua


100 gm maida (white flour)
500 gm wheat flour
1 tsp green cardamom powder
1 cup ghee
250 gm sugar
1 pinch saffron
500 ml milk
2 tbsp pistachios, chopped
250 ml water
50 gm khoya
1 tsp rose water
1 cup aamras
1 cup gulkand


For the sugar syrup

Place water in a pan over medium flame. Add sugar in it and stir until fully dissolved. Allow it to cool. Mix and keep aside.

For the malpua

1. Mix maida, wheat flour, khoya, cardamom powder and milk. Ensure the mixture is of pouring consistency and not too thick.
2. Now heat the ghee in a pan over low flame. Pour a ladleful of the mixture and spread it evenly.
3. Keep the flame low and cook until it turns light brown on both the sides. Remove the malpua and drain the excess ghee.
4. Drop the malpua in the sugar syrup and allow it to soak for 2-3 minutes. Repeat the same with the remaining batter.

For serving

1. Drain the malpuas from the syrup.
2. Place a spoonful of aamras on top and spread it all over.
3. Then place a spoon of gulkand. Garnish with pistachios, rose petals and kesar rabdi and serve hot or cold.

Note: These recipes were a part of the Aamlicious Festival by Khandani Rajdhani, Mumbai

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